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Named after an Anglican chapel today the city is known as a liberal and for its vibrant music scene. The Car's Cradle, a music club is located in the city and Chapel Hill is recognized for launching the careers of artists such as James Taylor, and Ben Folds Five. The Morehead Planetarium is a landmark in the city. Built in 1949 it was one of the first planetariums in the country and was used for some Astronaut training during the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo space programs.

Population: 54492
Local Newspapers: The Chapel Hill News The Independent Weekly
Local Sports Teams: North Carolina Tar Heals
Local Colleges: The University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

Zip Codes associated with chapel hill, north carolina: 27278 27312 27514 27516
Towns/Cities near chapel hill, north carolina : Durham Cary Raleigh Hillsborough Mebane Graham Pittsboro

Chapel Hill News
In Fruit Fly and Human Genetics, Timing Is Everything

CHAPEL HILL, NC Every animal starts as a clump of cells, which over time multiply and mature into many different types of cells, tissues, and organs. This is fundamental biology.

N.C. House budget writers release spending plan for for UNC system

N.C. House budget writers have proposed scaling back a program that's supposed to offer heavily discounted tuition at three UNC system campuses, to make it available only to in-state students. The draft 2017-18 budget for the system released Thursday morning to the House's education appropriations subcommittee also would eliminate funding for the N.C. Policy Collaboratory, the environmental-policy think tank legislators ordered set up at UNC-Chapel Hill just last year.

Racial barrier-busting U.S. Navy B-1 Band to be honored with Chapel Hill historical marker

Members of the B-1 Band - an African-American Navy Band assigned to Chapel Hill during World War II - play in front of a large American flag in this North Carolina Collection archive photo. Members of the B-1 Band - an African-American Navy Band assigned to Chapel Hill during World War II - play in front of a large American flag in this North Carolina Collection archive photo.

Bright Smiles, Bright Futures: Dentist Announces Annual Scholarship Winners

Seven Lakes Family Dentistry announced a Union Pines High School student as the winner of its second annual scholarship, as well as two finalists. Maggie Nail, a senior at Union Pines, will receive a $1,000 award, while finalists Benjamin Bowbliss of Union Pines and Samuel Shutt of Pinecrest will both receive $500.

Durham fathers explain effects of recent United Airlines accusation

Video: Marcus Alston-Leggett shares his experience with adaptive sports after participating in sitting volleyball during the 2017 Valor Games Southeast in the Smith Center on Tuesday May 23, 2017, in Chapel Hill, NC. Greg Williams, who was also later arrested, reads a letter protesting conditions at the Durham County Jail during a Durham County Commissioners meeting while a deputy tries to pull another protester out of a seat at the meeting.

So Good Pupusas Provides Scholarships to Undocumented Students-and Tasty Treats to You

In college, Polanco often brought friends home to Durham to meet her family, advising them to arrive with an empty stomach. Pupusas, the national dish of El Salvador since 2005, are what Polanco grew up eating on special occasions with her Salvadoran family.

Aldermen clear way for community kitchen in downtown Carrboro

The proposed Food First building on West Main Street would have an interior courtyard where people could gather, keeping groups from milling on the streets, says John Forward, interim co-director of the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service. The proposed Food First building on West Main Street would have an interior courtyard where people could gather, keeping groups from milling on the streets, says John Forward, interim co-director of the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service.

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The University of North Carolina has denied a public records request made by WBTV citing an exemption that only applies to law enforcement agencies. WBTV requested records from Jeff Welty, a professor at the UNC School of Government, in mid-May. Welty responded to the request indicating that he would willingly produce responsive records.

The Music in My Head a " 5/24/17 -a oeRona s Top 10 Live Performancesa a " #3

I'm doing something different this week to celebrate the awesome School of Rock Chapel Hill Grand Opening event that took place on Saturday I'm talking about my 10 favorite live performances, and today we arrive at #3! I'M GETTING CLOSE TO THE TOP OF MY LIST FOR "TOP 10 FAVORITE LIVE PERFORMANCES OF ALL TIME." If you know me at all, you know I'm a big fan of Fleetwood Mac, and especially Stevie Nicks.

Unwise tax breaks, petty partisan attacks and inadequate investments

Senate leaders are trying hard to convince people that their anemic budget proposal moves the state forward by making big new investments in education and providing a middle class tax cut for most North Carolinians.

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I have been writing a regular column on North Carolina politics and public policy since 1986. Over three decades of writing about and talking to politicians in Raleigh, few issues have come up more often than the relatively low pay that state legislators receive.

Vietnam veteran to speak in Yanceyville

An Army veteran who served six years, including a tour in Vietnam, will speak at 11 a.m. Monday at the Caswell County Civic Center, 536 Main St., Yanceyville. Jerond Belton Sr. joined the Army in 1965 and stayed until 1971, serving in 1966 and 1967 in Vietnam.

The Mayor of New Orleans Explains Why North Carolina's...

Just across the street from the old Durham County Courthouse-now being renovated into administration office space-in front of the social services building, there's a series of monuments to North Carolinians who've fallen in battle: in World Wars I and II, in Korea and Vietnam. To the left, there's a statue atop a granite stone.

OWASA says water safe to drink in Chapel Hill, Carrboro

The Orange Water and Sewer Authority says its drinking water is safe and that work continues to resolve taste and odor issues. The taste and odor result from algae growing in the Cane Creek Reservoir and University Lake, OWASA said in a news release Monday.

Chapel Hill Town Council backs growth plan for West Rosemary Street

New guidelines approved Monday give developers and residents a sense of how downtown's West Rosemary Street corridor could grow. She's seen a lot of changes in 70 years, Northside resident Clem Self said, urging the council to remember how new development will affect its neighbors.

Clark honored for work as muncipal clerk -

Brenda Clark, administrative services director for the town of White Lake, was recently awarded for the second time the prestigious designation of "North Carolina Certified Municipal Clerk" by the North Carolina Association of Municipal Clerks, along with the School of Government of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for achieving its high educational, experience, and service requirements. As an established member of the North Carolina Association of Municipal Clerks, Clark was among the first class of municipal clerks from North Carolina who received this state designation in 2012, and after meeting extensive continuing education requirements has been awarded the N.C. Certified Municipal Clerk designation through July 2022.

Kansas QB to Visit UNC

"We plan on getting out there this summer sometime; mid-June, I think, is when we're thinking," Ruder said. "But, we're still trying to finalize some dates.

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